Samsung is working on a smart phone which is said to be the ultimate rival for the so much awaited and talked about iPhone 6, the 4.7 model. After weeks of speculations the Samsung phone has finally been spotted in documentation for FCC. This implies that the phone is about to hit the stores. The documents belonging to FCC were discovered by Phone Arena. According to these the new Galaxy Alpha will be smaller than its predecessor the Galaxy S5. Users would probably like this 133 mm by 67 mm smart phone which perfectly fits pockets, even the tight ones. Unofficial reports say that the smart phone will be much slimmer than its iPhone 6 rival, which is said to be rather tick for nowadays standards.
The new Samsung phone will probably have a 4.7 inch display with a resolution of 720p. The processor will be of the octa-core Exynos. The random access memory will be equal to two gigabytes. The phone will be operating on the Android 4.4 KitKat version. The phone will come equipped with a twelve megapixel camera. Unlike other Samsung gadgets, the Galaxy Alpha will have the body made of a mixture of metal and plastic. However, the metal will be used only for the side and not for the case as well.
There are many rumors about the specs of the new Galaxy device, but these are not confirmed by the FCC document. However, FCC makes it clear that the smart phone will attract users due to its near field communications, LET support and Bluetooth 4.0 of the LE type support. The handset will also have a dual band for Wi-Fi connection.
The Galaxy Alpha is expected to be presented on the 13th of August. Users will probably find the Samsung phone on store shelves in a few weeks from now. Two Galaxy Alpha versions have been identified on sites belonging to Samsung user agents. The Korean Company has not announced the name of the U.S. carriers that will deliver the smart phone nor the price.
The version presented for FCC seems to be the international model of the Galaxy Alpha, numbered SM-G850F